- Preschool Story Time
- Parent and Child Social Hour
- Summer Story Time
- Summer Reading Programs
Preschool Story Time | Wednesdays at 10:00 am
A Preschool Story Time Program is held on Wednesdays at 10:00 am downstairs at the Millinocket Memorial Library Conference Room. This program is designed for preschool children accompanied by an adult.
Each week a group of stories are read aloud followed by a small craft project. The purpose of this program is to help children become acquainted with other children of their own age, help them become familiar with the library, and instill in them a love of books, reading, and listening to stories.
Parent & Child Social Hour – Friday at 10am.
Parent & Child Social Hour is for parents and children to hang out, play games, and have fun! There will be toys and books for the kids to play with while everyone makes new friends.
Summer Story Time
Summer Story Time is held on Wednesday mornings at 10:00 am. Each week a group of them-related stories will be read aloud followed by a small craft project. This program runs throughout the summer. Children of all ages are welcome.
Summer Reading Programs
The Summer Reading Program usually is a six week program. Stay tuned for information concerning the theme for our upcoming Summer Reading Program.
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